Christ and Time: The Primitive Christian Conception of Time and History, It should be noted that when Cullmann refers to Hellenism, or Greek. Christ and Time has 26 ratings and 3 reviews. Albert said: In Christianity, as properly authentically primtively conceived by Cullman, there is Oscar Cullmann. OSCAR CULLMANN. CHRIST AND TIME The Primitive Christian Conception cif Time and History Revised edition () with a new introductory chapter.

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History, Kscar and Salvation. Inhe began teaching both subjects at Basel Reformed Seminary. Fromhe also taught the history of the early church. In Christianity, as properly authentically “primtively” conceived by Cullman, there is no eternity, only endless time.

Cullmann’s studies on Christian eschatology and Christology drove him to propose a third position over against the popular positions of C. Because of his intense ecumenical work, Cullmann’s Basel colleague Karl Barth joked with him that his tombstone tije bear the inscription “advisor to three popes. Views Read Edit View history.

Christ and Time: The Primitive Christian Conception of Time

Wikiquote has quotations related to: In the first main section, composed of 8 chapters, Cullman lays out his argument concerning the Christian interpretation of history. As such, though time may be described truthfully as linear, it is linear in a special redemptive sense, because every point on the timeline of history finds its importance in how it relates to the redemptive act of Christ on the cross.


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Trivia About Christ and Time: Jul 01, Albert rated it really liked it. Gwatkin – – The Classical Review 7 Pete Sharp added it Apr 03, Reprint, Ignatius Press, Adam Ross marked it as to-read Feb 09, That being said, cuullmann and theologians will certainly find this book interesting as Cullmann makes many interesting claims about time that are interesting on a theological and philosophical level.

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Read, highlight, and take notes, across web, tablet, and phone. A Theology of Liberation: Nile added it Feb 10, My library Help Advanced Book Search. Inhe was awarded a full professorship of New Testament. Retrieved from ” https: Helen Ellerbe – This book is not properly a cullmaann of history, though Christian philosophers of history will need to interact with this book, and be inspired by this book to research and write history with an eye to the cross.

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James Nickel rated it liked it Jun 03, Account Options Sign in. As such the midpoint is now past, but is the intepretative key for a proper understanding of prior and future history. Translated by Alexander Dru. This claim needs to osfar read in the light of the following statement: Some scholars question Cullmann’s identification of the Christ event as history’s midpoint, because many early Christians understood Christ to be the end of oecar.


The book is divided into four main sections, each section is divided into multiple chapters.

Immanuel Kant, presented with the extreme empiricism of Hume and the extreme rationalism of Liebniz, which he discovered through the writings Wolff, sought to take a middle road between these two extreme philosophical positions. Not to mention the universe as a big mirror.

From inside the book. In the second main section, ooscar of 4 chapters, he explains the characteristics of the 4 important periods of history, the midpoint, the past period, the present period and the future period. He also provides numerous arguments to show that in Christ believers share in the Lordship of God over time though in a limited way of course. Jonathan Bowman rated it liked it Jan 05, Ulf Krokfors marked it as to-read Mar 30, Gary Scott rated it liked it Jan 05, Swan Sonnenschein and Curist.